About Us

Our Location

  • Centrally located in the City of Escondido, California, between 5th and 13th Avenues, from Escondido Boulevard to Chestnut Street. Click here for a map.

  • Zip Code: 92025

  • County: San Diego

  • The City of Escondido is centrally located between the beach and mountain areas, northeast of San Diego, southeast of Orange County and south of San Bernardino County.  

  • Driving Directions: 15 North to Felicita East, left on Juniper to 7th or South to 78 West, South on Broadway to 7th, east to Juniper

Schools

Medical Resources

Transportation 
  • Located at the intersection of the 78 and 15 Freeways with multiple on- and off-ramps

  • Transit Center with Sprinter Train to coast and  AmTrak station - 1.3 miles west

  • Carlsbad Airport - 12 miles west

  • San Diego, Lindbergh Field - 30 miles southwest

  • Bus lines nearby

Shopping, Dining, and Entertainment
  • Old Escondido is located within walking distance of historic Downtown with multiple shops, restaurants, beauty salons, gyms, museums, and galleries.

  • Ten minutes away by car (4 miles) is the Westfield North County Shopping Mall

  • Within walking distance of the California Center for the Arts and multiple small live theatres

  • Regal Cinemas is also within walking distance, featuring 12 screeens

  • Farmers Market downtown every Tuesday afternoon year 'round and Cruisin' Grand every Friday evening April - September

Parks & Recreation 
  • Within walking distance is Grape Day Park, the oldest city park and home to the Escondido History Center

  • Grape Day Park also features a swimming pool and large childrens playground; dogs on leash are allowed

  • Also within walking distance is the Escondido Library and Pioneer Room

  • City of Escondido has numerous recreation programs and classes in addition to numerous public parks, a nearby community center,  and lakes

  • 20 miles to the beach, 40 miles to Julian

The Organization

 

The Old Escondido Historic District is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization recognized by the state of California and dedicated to protecting and preserving the Old Escondido Historic District, Escondido’s oldest neighborhood. 

This is an all-volunteer organization and the officers served two year terms.  To see the by-laws, click here.  For a list of the officers' duties, click here.

 

Board of Directors

 

President

Lisa Walker

6th Ave.

click here to e-mail Lisa

Vice President

Traci Bass

Grape St.

click here to e-mail Traci

 

Secretary

Donna D'Angelo

10th Ave.

click here to e-mail Donna

 

Treasurer

Patricia Spann

click here to e-mail Patricia

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Cindy Bailey

9th Ave.

click here to e-mail Cindy

Marion Hanlon

click here to e-mail Marion

Dotttie Marron

6th Ave.

click here to e-mail Dottie

Josie Shepherd

Beacon Pl.

click here to e-mail Josie

Jimmie Spann

click here to e-mail Jimmie

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